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. - Theodore's son says England is a nice
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-Mr. Jefferson Davis and family sailed from
Quebec^ on. Saturday laatfor Europe.
" -A North Carolina negro ' 'prophet" foretells
a famine in 1875, and is going to Washington
to prevail upon Congress to legislate it away.
-Prnich gives as a maxim, ..never do any?
thing of which you would be ashamed-when
aiij one is looking."
-Pr.n ch thinks tbat Reade and Eouroieault's
ck ima ought not to be burlesqued, because it
must be admitted that Poul Play is not fair
-Punch has written to Mr. Darwin to in
. quire if it is possible, under the theory of de?
velopment, for a boy horse -to become a sea
-The Horry (S. G. j Sentinel is to be revived,
anim a few days will be in mU blast at ?on
w?yboro, with "Blair and Soy moor" at "the
-We congratulate our contemporary, the
Petersburg Index, upon its reappearance. It
-comes, out in its new dress, looking fresher
: and more vigorous than ever.
-A tremendous rat ifica i ion meeting was
held at Pulaski, Tennessee, on the 17th.
- General Gordon, Neill S. Brown, and others
. spoke. . i
' -'Five Alabama negroe*!, of tho church-going ,
sort, caught the pastor of a rival congregation
a few nights since, flogged him, robbed him of
his cash and watch, and warned him to leave
the country. ^
' -The RadicaJ Mayor of Norfolk Undertook to
order down Seymour and Blair flags in that
city; A copy Qf Dix's' order, "Whoever at?
tempts f? pull down the flag shool him pn the. '
spot," brought the white negro to his senses.
-A Philadelphia Democrat whose address
is the Mercury office, in that city, offers the ,
following: "He will name twelve States, and ,
- will bet $10,000.on each State, that Seymour
will carry them ; $20,000 that Seymour, if he
lives, will be the next President ; 15000 that no
Radical will dare accept the proposition, and
put up the money.n
-"Y.;B," the intelligent Georgia corres?
pondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, admits that
Democracy will carry the State, and - adds :
."The Democratic majority of the Assembly
would ant hav?? accepted tho 14th amendment,
had they not boen sure that by ?admission in
the, Union Georgia would be made good for
.?-Fine rains have fallen within the last few
days in every portion of Georgia as well as in
thia State. The com crop in Georgia will fall
short, but the farmers are compar ativelyfree
from debt, and in a better condition than they
were twelve mouths ago. In Marion, S. C.,
the, rains', have saved the crops . from' total
ruin. ' The Crescent says tho.farmor? may nJW
rejoice in the prospect of a bountiful harvest.
-All the Ministers of fore ig a powers in Ja?
pan have united in a protest against th; revival
by the Mikado of the decrees against native
Christians. The civil war continues to rage
with great violence. The troops of dbe Mikado
hold all the ports open to foreigners by treaty.
Some fighting has taken place near Yeddo, with
no decisive success to either party, lt is
thought the conntiy may eventually be divided
" into two independent empires, governed re?
spectively by the Mikado" and Ty o o on.
. -Private letters from, a very reliable source
in Paris, received by the steamer of Monday,
speak of. an approaching war between France
and Germany as inevitable, to commence prob?
ably before the year is out. Some event of
great importance, precipitating the result, it is '
hinted, will occur as soon as Count Bismark
returns to Berlin. These .views,: it is said, ore
very widely , entertained in commercial and
financial circles, and merchants and bankers
alike ace shaping things accordingly.
-Lord, Cranworth died in London on Mon?
day. He waa born in Norfolk, - December 18,
1790, educated at Cambridge University, and in
1816 Was called to the bar, where he soon ac.
quired a lucrative practice.. He held tbe office
"of Solicitor-General from 1834 to 1839, when !ie
-was made one of the Barons of the Exchequer.
In 1850 he was appointed Vice-C baocellor and
raised to the peerage as Boron Cranworth. Ee
was appointed Lord High Chancellor in 1852,
and held the great seal anti 1 the .formation of
the Derby Ministry in 1858, when he retired
? -The visit of the Duke of Edinburg to the
Crystal Palace,in London, on the 4th, waa the
occasion of a series of festivities of unwonted
magnificence. Upward 9t 30,000 persons were
present The Duke was accompanied by the
Prince of Wales and a distinguished partv.
Both Signor Mario and Mlle. Adelina Patti
took port in the concert; and (he new song
which hos been composed in honor of the
Prince was the signal for an outburst of en?
thusiasm. The whole system of the fountains
was put in op?ration, and lat? tn the evening
there was a display of fireworks.
-The Washington correspondent of thc Bal?
timore Gazette, writing on the day that Con?
gress adjourned, says: "A- decrepit wretch,
with his carpet-bag stuffed in an enormous
overcoat pocket (the other filled with coarse
edibles), was sworn in as he stood this morn?
ing preolMy five minutes before thc final ad?
journment, in order to save his salary and
travel I He bad evidently ran from the steam?
boat dock to the House, as the perspiration
had oozed tbroagh bis filthy habiliments in
all directions." [This must have been Simeon
Corley, of South Caroling, or Nelson
-The bill TV bach passed tho Senate 01
day for the protection of naturalized c
abroad, was so amended as to be an c
different measuro from' -what it was
original introduction by Senator Conne
we are not surpriaed at the angry decli
of the California senator, that, after its t
ment, he cared nothing about its pi
The section authorizing the President t<
reprisals, and the section authorizing I
suspend commercial intercourse wit
offending power, were stricken out. Tl
as passed, merely declares that natu:
American citizens, while in foreign I
shall receive the same protection fro;
government as native-born citizens; ac
vides that in case of any citizen being ni
imprisoned by a foreign governmen
President shall demand an explanation; j
be unsatisfactory, the President shall
with demand his release; if this be re
the President shall "usa such mean
amounting to ada of war, as he may th:
cessor y and proper to obtain or effect su
lease, communicating promptly to Coi
the facts and proceedings.''
-Tho Washington correspondent ol
Bichmond Dispatch says : "A report has
sent hence to the New York papers repri
ing that Mr. Johnson, in a conversation
somebody a few days ago, remarked thi
could not consistently recognize the offia
the reorganized States as legal officers
consequently he will be obliged either i
hold intercourse with them or address hi
to the officers who* in his opinion, are h
entitled to recognition as officers elected 1
his (the President's) provisional go
menta.' There Ls the best authority for s
that this report of an alleged c onveraati
without the shadow of'foundation in tm tl
such conversation took place, and so f
any announcement may be made at all
the course that may be pursued hereafti
the President in the matter referred to,
probable that his action would be the con
of that set forth in the. conversation qa
Up to this time the President has recog?
the Reconstruction acts of Congress, and
executed them, BO far as he was requin
toke action upon them, contenting himself
the interposition of his constitutional prei
rive, 'the veto.' He leaves the determiui
of the legality or constitutionality to the i
sion of the legally constituted authorities,
future action will doubtless be in confori
with his past conduct.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 30,186?
State Democratic Convention.
A Convention of the Democratic part;
the State of South Carolina is hereby cal
to meet at Columbia, on the night oj Th
day, 6th August, for the purpose of no
nating. Electors for President and V:
President of the United States, and for ot
The Convention will be composed of r
resentatives from each District, accord;
to the rule of representation in the Hoi
...... . -. WADE HAMPTON, .
Chairman Central Committee.
i - The Election of Electors.
The Southern member ) of Congress hs
decided that it will be b?tst for the Pre
dential Electors in the reorganized Stat
to be chosen by their respective Legis:
tures, in which manner they have alwa
been chosen in South Carolina.
It is not difficult to anderstand the pu
pose of this movement. The reaotion agaii
Radicalism has reached the Southerns
groes. There is danger that every Sout
ern State will he carried by the Democrat
for while Mississippi ean defeat the Radie
constitution in the face of a negro majority
nearly, twenty thousand registered vote
what may not be expected from North Ca
olina, Georgia and the rest ? This tl
Radicals know. Bat they believe that tl
packed Legislatures in the Southern Stat
are sound and loyal, and, therefore, pr
pose to have the Presidential Electors ch
sen by the State Legislatures, or in othi
words, to decide the Presidential eleerie
in the Southern States by the votes of tl
mean white scalawags and carpet-bagger
ignorant negroes and Northern adventurer
who compose'those queer conglomera tes?
tae General Assemblies of the South. Pei
haps the able and dignified Southern men
bers can do what they please with the:
Legislatures, and secure the passage of an
description of bill, in the same way th;
slave-driving "ROBERTSON'-' obtained h
election as United States senator. But i
this State it is a case of .V? Exeat or n
go-for the constitution framed in tb
Charleston Club House in March last d<
clares that (Art. 8, Sec. 9) "PHESIDENTIA
ELECTRS SHALL BE ELECTED BY THE TEC
".Vorth and South Carolina th: Seeon
The Second Military District has cease
to exist. General CAN BY returns to th
command of the Department of Washing
ton, ind South Carolina is one of the quio
tel- " of Stutes which compose the Depart
ment of the South under the command o
Military rule in this State is at an end
The soldier has given place to the gov
ernment of time-servers, fortune-hunter;
and renegades, which now reigns in Col um
bia. A mandate from General CANBY novi
has no more authority than an order fron
John Smith, and all persons heretofore held
ing office *by virtue of special or genera
orders from the late headquarters at th<
citadel, must at once vacate their officia
chair3, or tacitly declare that they pay nc
respect, to.CANBY, Congress or the recon?
But besides the military appointees, who
are now in trouble and doubt, there are thc
recently elected county oEcers, whose elec?
tion was wholly il!e?a!, whether it was sup?
posed to be held under the auihority'of the
Reconstruction acts or the ordinances of
the Club House Convention.
The Reconstruction act of February 28.
1S'33, authorized the constitutional conven?
tions to provide that at the time of voting
upon the ratification of the constitution,
the registered voters might vote for mem?
bers of Congress and for all elective officers
provided for by the said constitution. But
the convention in this State did no such
thing. It did ordain that at the time of
voting upon the constitution the executive
officers of the State and members of the
General Assembly should be elected; but in
regard to all other officers elected by the
people, including county officers, it only or?
dained that au election might be held within
thirty days after the ratification of the constitu?
tion, under regulations to be prescribed by
the Commissioners of Elections. It is clear,
then, that county commissioners, sheriffs,
clerks of court, and all other county offi?
cers, could only be elected within these
thirty days, and under the rules laid down
by the Election Commissioners-E. W. M.
MACHET, whit9, F. L. Cardoza, colored, A. J.
Hausier, colored, and C. C. BOWEN, white.
The eonstitution was submitted to the
registered voters on April 14th, 15th and
16th last, at which time the Governor,
State officers, members of the Legislature
and Congressmen were elected. Nothing
was said about county or municipal officers.
On the 28th April, however, General CAISBY
issued au order that elections should take
place on June 2d for all county and munic?
ipal officers, and on May 23d he revoked so
much of the order as referred to municipal
elections, leaving the county elections to
These are the facts, and they prove con?
1. That the sheriffs, clerks of court, and
other county officers elected on June 2d
were not elected under the authority of the
Reconstruction acts, because not elected at
the time of ratifying the constitution.
2. That these so-called county officers
were not elected under the Club House con?
stitution, because they were not elected
within thirty days of the ratification of the
constitution and under the supervision of
the Commissioners of Elections.
3. That they were eleoted by authority
of a military order, and that while they
might have qualified as provisional officers
while military rule lasted, they cannot
qualify now, because they were elected
illegally and in direct opposition to the pro?
visions of their own constitution.
Our conclusion is, that neither MACKEY,
RICHMOND, HURLEY, nor any of their breth?
ren, will be allowed to hold office under the
elections of June 2d; and that no legally
elected or appointed officer should give up
to them, upon any pretext, the papers and
records of his office.
JUDGE F. J MOSES, the father of the
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
so-called, has been elected Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court. Only a few months
ago he told a citizen of Charleston in the
most solemn manner, that he would not eit
on the bench if his brother judges were re?
moved, and that their fate should be his.
Now he accepts a high judicial position at
the bands of a body which has been called
into being by unconstitutional laws, and
exists ia defiance of justice aad the consti?
- LESLIE, the senator from Barnwell, voted
yesterday deliberately for WADS Hn.rn.r-r
for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of |
the State. This may have been done for
dramatic effect, as LESLIE is fond of a sen?
sation, or he may be preparing for a little
ground and lofty tumbling. If LESLIE is*
a repentant ainner, let.him show his sin?
cerity by resigning his seat aad accom?
panying emoluments. A vote for WADE
HAMPTON for Chief Justice will not in its
self wipe away every Radical sin, but there
is room in the Democratic fold for all who
are truly converted.
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EEMOVAL.-DR. FKANCIS L. PAR?
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trations; practical la its opplication of principles; in?
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nal In its view?; bold in its reforms; every way
adapted to the schoolroom ; interesting to the pupil;
labor-saving to the teacher; full and ingenious In its
explanations ol perplexing constructions; makes the
learning of Grammar easy; makes the teaching of
Grammar A rosmTE PLEASURE. 8tteh ie the verdict
pronounced cn Quackenboa' Grammar by our best
educators. Hosts of recommendations published in
D. APPLETON & CO.,
Nos. 90, 02 and 94 Grand-street, New York.
May 2 ase mos
JgOOK AND JOB
P E I y T 1 2T G .
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment ol
NEW TYPE, MACHINERY, and a fine sto:k ol
CARDS, PAPER, tc, direct from manufacturers,
and will execute all orders for
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
Having large fonts of type, will contact for the
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low rates, If left at No. 33 HA? NE-9TREET.
May KJ JAS* W, MCMILLAN.
Cop A R TM; K K s HIP.-TBK^HD M p.fe ii*
SIGNED have formed a Copartnership under
the firm of STBAUS9 4 VANCE, and win onn?nue
j the business of STRAUS?, VA?CES 4 CO. at the old
stand, No. 130 MEEIIN3-STREET, opposite the Pa?
vilion Hotel. M. STRAUSS.
J. H. VANCE.
Charleston, July 29.1868. 3 ' July 30
HH. ALBEKS, . ErQ,., HAS BEEN
. admitted a Member of our firm from the
first instant The business will be conducted in this
city and Savannah, Os., under the same name and
style. KIENUOUSE k CO.
Charleston, 8. C., July 28,18S8. July 28
LIYEPfPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STEE?
LING, AND LARGE RESERVE FC ND.
:ire Risks taken on Buildings, Produce, Merchan
Losse3 promptly adjusted here, without refercncL
to England, la Sterling or currency, it the option of
the assured. W. C. BEE & CO.. Agents,
February 22 9tuth6mo Adjer's North Wharf.
J MPEKIA I. FIRS I \ SLR A N C[E
COMP ANT OF LONDON.
ESTABLISEED 180 8.
Cash Capital Paid Up and Invested over $8,000,000
TJ. S. Branch Office, No. 40 Pine-street.
LOCAL nraz ero as rs NEV TOOK:
E. V, ABCHIBALD, Esq., H. B. M. Consul, Chair
RICHARD IRVIN, Esq., RICHARD LTVTN k Co.
ED. 8. JAFFRAY, Esq.. E. 3. JA?TBA? k Co.
J. BOLiRMAN JOHNSTON, Esq , J. BOORSUN JOHN?
STON k Co. "
A. A. LOW, Esq., A A. Low k BBOTHEBS.
DAVID SALOMON, Esq.. No. ll West 38th-street
JAMES STUART, E*q., J. k J. STOABT.
EDGAR W. CROWELL, Resident Manager.
Risks taken as low as in other first-class Compa?
nies, and Losses adju?ted and paid hers.
Polices issued, payable in gold or currency, by
A. L. TOBIAS, No. 109 East Bay,
June 20 stuth3mo Agent for Charleston, S. C.
QA.PIT.YL, 810,000,000 IN GOLD).
EISES AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
TAKEN AT LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES
DWELLINGS, STORES AND GEVEf.AL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
PROMPT PAYMENTS NADE
TN CURRENCY, OR GOLD IF DESIRED.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
No. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
June i ? thmOmos
^ADAME G I D I E R E ,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON. 6. 0.
Transient Board 92 30 per Day.
KIRKLAND ?Sf CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
L. L I A M IRWIN
PB.0PRIET02 OF TSE
JT^Ot FOR THE MOUNTAINS.
H. P. BRITTAIN k CO., PROPRIETORS OF THE
PUN I EES' HOTEL, Hendersonville. Western North
Carolina, three miles north of Flat Rock, are now
prepared to accommodate all seekers of health at
moderate rates. Every attention paid to the com?
fort and wants of those who mar give them a calL
S. P. B. k Co. will meet at Greenville, ft C., any
who desire to come over the mountains, regardless
ot their stopping p'oc*s, and guarantees a safe and
comfortable conveyance to Hendersonville in a nine
or six passenger coach.
Notify us at least one week previous, so that there
will be no disappointment tn be'ng delayed at Green?
ville, S. C.
RATES OF BOARD.
Per Month.$25 00
Per Week. 8 00
Per Day.2 00
S. P. BRITTAIN k CO.,
Hendersonville, N. C.
June 25 mc tho
^"UW YORK HOTEL,
No. lil BROAD WAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. H1LDRETH ?Sc CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the managten t of J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON &*
C J., is now undet the proprietorship of 51 es s rs. D.
M. HILDRETH k T. B. ROCKWAY, uner the firm of
D. BL HILDRETH k CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as^a
pioprietor of the Veranda, St Louis ana St Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his friends and the public generally, that its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
management lyr* February 13
METROPOLITAN GIFT COMPANY.
Cash Gifts to the Amount of S230,000.
EVERY TICKET DRAWd A PRIZE.
5 Cash Gifts.Each $10,000
10 Cash Gifts.Each 6,000
20 Cash Girts.Each 1,000
40 Cash Gifts..'.Each 500
200 Cash Gifts.Eoch 1C0
300 Cash Gifts.Each 50
450 Cash Gifts.Each 25
600 Cash Gifts.Each 25
30 Elegant Rosewood Pianos.Each S300 to $500
36 Elegant Rosewood Meier)cons..Each 76 to 150
15U Sewing Machines.Each 60 to 175
250 Musical Boxes. Each 25 to 200
300 Fine Gold Watches.Each 73 to 300
750 *ine Silver Watches.Each 30 to 50
Fine Od PaiutiDgs, Framed Engravings, Silverware,
Photograph Albums, and a urge assortment of
Flue Gold Jewelry, in all valued at $1, 00,000.
A chance to draw any of tho above prizes by pur?
chasing a Sealed Ticket for twenty-five cents. Tickets
describing each priz-i are scaled in envelope.? and
thoroughly mixed. On receipt of twenty-five cents a
Sealed Ticket wilt bc drawn without chb ce aud de?
livered at our office, or seat by call to any address,
lhe prize named upo:i it will oo dehv-red to the
ticket-holder on payment of One Dollar. P- ize- will
be immediately sent to any address, as requested, by
-express or return mail.
You will know what your prize ie before you pay
f'?r it. Any prize may be exchanged for another of
the dame value. No blanks.
HST Our patrons can de end on fair dealing.
REFERENTES.-We se'.ect the few following names
troiii the many who have lately drawn valuable prizes,
and kiudlv permitted us to pub i -h them :
S. T. Wilkins, Bufido, N. Y., ?lPOO: Miss Annie
Monroe, Chi ago, Iii., Piauo, valued at S6T>0; Robert
Jackson, Dubuque, Iowa, Go'.? Watch, $200; Philip
McCarthy, Louisville, Ky.. Dlamoud Clusier Ring,
iGOu; U. A. Patterson, New Bedford Mass., Silver Tea
Set. $175; Miss Emmi Walworth, Milwaukee,Wi*..
Piano, S5?0; Rev. T. W. Pitt, Cleveland, Ohio, Melo
ftw-We publish no names without permission.
OPINIONS OF THE PBESS.-" They are doing (he
largest business; th-: don is reliable, and deserve
their success."- Weekly Tribune, Feb 8, 1868.
.. We have examined their 8) stem, and know them
to l e a tair dealing firm."-Nm York Herald, Feb.
..Last week a friend of ours drew a S300 pr?3,
which was promptly received."-Daily News, March
Send for circular giving many more references ar.d
favorable no ices from the press. L'beroi induce?
ments to A gout'. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every
packsge of mealed Envelopes contains ONE CAi-H
GIFT. Six Ticket* for $1; thirteen for $2; thirty
five tor $3; one hundred and ten for 315.
AU letters should be addressed to
HARPER, WILSON 4 CO.,
July 20 Imo No. 173 Broadway, N. Y.
IT IS PROPOSED BY THE LADIES' MUTUAL
AID ASSOCIATION, to give a CONCERT In aid of
their fonds on Tuesday Evening next, 4th August, at
Ei.uht o'clock, it the HIBERNIAN HALL, and the
ladies have requested the undersigned to serve as a
cornmittee for the purpose of carrying out their laud?
able and charitable enterprise.
The Concert will t e conducted by Prof. HENRY
ECKEL, who has kindly consented to give his valu?
able services on this occasion. He will be assisted by
the best proiessional and amateur talent of the city,
which has been promptly and generously volun?
The kind of murin to be presented through the
discrimination of Prof. Eckel is well adapted to the
tastes and feelings of a Charleston audience, and ren?
dered, as we are assured it will be, by the ladies and
gentlemen who wiU appear o a the occasion, we have
every reason to think that in inviting our fellow-citi?
zens to join in this charity, we bid them also wel?
come to a rich musical festival.
Hon James Simons R B Rhett, Jr, E-q
Hon James Conner John Hanckel, rsq
Bon Wm Aiken H F Bavenel, Esq
Hon P C Ga: lb rd Gen W D De .Saussure
Hon W D Porter Jas M Eason, Erg.
Bon Chas H ?imonton F J Porcher. Esq
Hon J B Campbe 1 B B Rutledge, Esq
Hon Henry Buist Dr W H Huger
DanT Bavenel, Esq W Gilmore Simms, Esq
Henry Gourdin, Esq Louis D. DeSaussnre, Esq
Chas T Lowndes, Esq Robt X Chisolm, Esq
J B Lafitte, Esq 0 B Miles, Esq
Wm Bavenel Esq E Hor/y Fros', Esq
Gen. Jno A Wagener Theo G Barker, Esq
C K Huger, Esq Chas A DeSaussnre, Esq
W L Trenhohn, H sq AS Johnson, Esq .
WmWhaley. Esq 'Wm E Howland, Esq
Henry Gerdts, Esq Thoa Frost, Esq
Donald McKay, Esq Henry Cobla, Esq
H Simonds, Esq Theo Stoney, Esq
Theo D Jervey, Esq R S Duryea, Esq
Wm Laidler, Seq R Q Plnckney, Esq
P J Barbot, Esq B O'Neill, Esq
W C Bee, Esq M Sellgmm, Esq
G W Williams, Ei q S Lord, Jr, Esq
Jas T Welsman, bsq Theo Huchet, Esq
Geo Moffett, Esq C R Brewster, Esq
F J f elzer Z B Oakes
Zimmerman Davis H Bischoff, Esq
L W Spratr, Esq T D Clancy, Esq
R 0 Gilchrist, Esq TL Bis-ell. Esq
James H Taylor, Esq' L GambriU, Esq
rt Y Tapper, Esq Geo S Cook. Esq
W B Williams, Esq J H Murrell, Esq
W Y Leitch, Esq RS Bruns, Esq
W B Fmith, Esq W G Whilden, Esq
C E Wanderlich, Esq H B Olney, E=q
J is Walker, Esq A H Hayden, Esq
W O Breese, Esq Henry G Greer, E?q
H G Loper, Esq W E MikelL Esq
0 Gruveley, Esq Henry Seabrook, Esq
A R Taft, Esq A D c ohen, Esq
John S Biggs F R Wickenberg, Esq
A W Eckel, Esq Jos Adger, Jr, Esq
E L Kerrison, Esq R'SIegling, Esq
M P O'Connor, Esq Jas L Gantt
J R Read, Esq Isaac Hayne, Esq
O A ickol, Esq G H Graber, Esq
Henry Riegling, Esq H H DeLeon, Esq
Jas Moffett, Esq Ellison A Smythe, Esq
E W Marshall, Esq Wm Lebby, Esq
A H Dunkin, Esq A McD Brown, Esq
Eugene P Jervey, Esq J H Devereux, J?sq
C F Ponkuin, Esq David Lopez, Esq
Frank Huger, Esq E D Enston, Esq
Dr W M Fitch L M Jones, Esq
Jos L Tobias, Esq W W Wilkinson, Esq
Dr J P Chazal J N Robson
Geo Babbage , J P Horbach.
John Paul, Esq fW D Gillil&nd, Esq.
COMMITTEE OF ABRIDGEMENTS.
GEN. J AB. SIMONS. Chairman,
E. LAFITTE, Esq, Treasurer.
F. W. DAWSON. Esq.
CHAS. P. FRAZER, Esq.
A. CT. MAGRATH, Esq.
W. D. CLANOY. Esq.
JAS. SIMONS, JR, Esq..
B. T. LOGAN, Esq.
A. T SMYTHE, Esq.
JNO. A. MOHOSO, Esq.
J. F. BICKEN, Esq.
E. W. MACBETH, Esq.
W M MUCKENFUS8, Esq.
GEO. L. HOLME?, Esq.
The Committee are requested to meet at the office
of the Treasurer, Broad-street, this day at 12 M.
?totires tn lankrnptfi^_
I"~N~TH?T mSTRICr^COlJRT OP THE
UNTIED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN IHR MATTER OF
RICHARD H. SELBY, OF MONK'S CORNER.
CHARLESTON DISTRICT, 15. C., BANKRUPT.-IN
BANK RUP CY. -To whom it may concern: The un?
dersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as
Assignee ct RICHARD H. SELB V, in the District
of Cbarleston, and Stale of South Carolina, within
said District, who bas been adjudged a Bankrupt
upon his own petition, by the District Court of said
Dated the 18th day or July, A. D. 1868
July 27 ? . Assignee.
priifts, (Remir?is, Ctr.
P E C I A L NOTICE,
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE ENTIRE DESTRUC?
TION of our establishment by fire on the morning
of 22.1 June, we have removed to the extensive prem?
ires formerly occupied by
HAVLLAND, STEVENSON A CO.,
NO. 23 H AVNE-STREET,
And will be prepared in a few days to exhibit the
most extensive Stock of
FRESH AND CHOICE
DRUG8, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
That have ever been opened in this market
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO IMPORT ALL THE
LEADING ARTICLES IN OUR LINE FROM THE
BEST LABORATORIES, ONE OF OCR FIRM
LEAVING IMMEPIATELY FOB EUROPE, AND WE
HOPE TO HAVE OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS IN
STORE BY THE 20TH SEPTEMBER.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO FILL ALL
ORDERS WITH DISPATCH, WE SHALL CON?
TINUE OUR BUSINESS AS USUAL, AT THE
ABOVE LOCATION, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION,
GOODRICH, AV INK MAN & CO.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICE EU?
ROPEAN DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
No. 33 Hu y nc-street,
. July 8 Sinos CHARLESTON, P. C.
Purifies tlie Blood.
For Sale^by Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 nie lyr
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Rest Citizens.
p~i~- For Testimonials of remarkable
cares, see "Rosadalis Almanac" for this
PREPARED ONLY BI
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 211 BAIOTIOBE-STHEET, BALTTMOEE, MD.
FOR PALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
Juiv 22 Cmos
OFFICE OF COI NTY COAUXDJSION
EltS, FIRE PROOF BUILDING, JULY 27TH,
180-t.-Thc Board of COUN'IY COMMISSIONERS,
having been qualified and duly sworn Into office,
arc prepared to approve of tbo Bonds of Public Of?
ficer*. * Tho v.inous Boards of Commissioners,
nanielv: Commissioners of tbe Poor, Commissioners
of Koa'.ls, Brid? es, Ferries, Cuts, and Uommissloner.
of Public Buildings, are requested to hand in at this
office immediately, a full aud complete state iuent of
all matters pertaining to their various offices.
Dy otJor of tbe Board. F. C. MILLED,
Chairman Board Countv Commissioners.
July 27 6
(?mttits anil flfotttontw&^ ?
fJAAA P0UJTJ3 CHOICE BACON PTBIP8
? V U U 20 hbds. Bibbed, 0. E. and Clear Sides
S bbl*. tbiiL|?BflT Port?
eo pails Extnsnd Pore Lard
26 bbls. Syrup
20 kegs primo Batter,
Just received and for sale by
B. tc A. P. CALDWELL.
Joly 30 3 x
A A fl BALES PRIME N. E. HAY.
<?UU For sale Dy
Jaly29_3_T. J. HEBB A CO.
SYRUP, MOLASSES, Vi NEO A?.
STUABT'8 SUOAB HOUSE SYRUP
GOLDEN 8YBTJP, a choice article
FBENCH WHITE WINE VINEGAR
CIDER VINEGAR, warranted pore and of good
A lot of prime CAROLINA RICE Just received,
which is offered at an extremely low figure, at the
COOPERATIVE GROCER? STORE,
Na 107 Market-street.
BS~ Goods delivered free.
July 28 . :
' CHOICE BACON.
QA HHDP. STRICTLY CHOICE SHOULDERS
OU 20 hhds. Strictly Choice Rib Sider
25 hods. Strictly Choice Clear Rib Sides
50 tierces CHOICE SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
"For ?ole by HENRY COBLA A 00. '
"VTOW LANDING, AND FOR SALE ON MAH
1> SHALL'S WHABF, east end of Calhoun
street, 30,000 PRIME SHINGLES, in bundles.
July 211 tuthsC JNO. MARSHALL, Ja.
1 fifi AflilIBIU]B CYPRESS SHINGLES.
JLVf U?\/v/U For sale, to arrive in a few day? /*
by schooner Sintee. Apply to . .'
Joly 28 3 8HACKELFORD & KELLY. j
CHLORIDE O? LIKE.
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOR SALE BX
E. EL SELLERS A CO., .
March 28_No. 131 Meeting-street
MARBLE MANTELS, H0NU
MJE.VTS, I1EAUSTO? ES. ?ie.
AFINE SELECTION OF_MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on bond at S. KLARER'3 Ware
room, No. 51 First avenue, near Third-streer, New ?
?ork. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
. February 3 ? Gmo
MARKET, BKTWEE.V KING AND
BTE ETC S G STRKETi,
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply of the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all times be found at the above Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and .
which will continue and extend the advantages it
already offers to the public. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded parr?os.
The "object" of tho Association is, as set forth fa?
its charter, "To furnish members and the public
with the necessaries of life of good quality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and from the
profits of such soles to accumulate capital for ita
Copies of tue Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Association, and all In?
quiries regarding the practical working of the enter?
prise wiQ be most cheerfully an i promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent _
3. N. WIG FALL, Assistant >
July ll-_IV \ ' .._, ?.
DAIRYMEN, FARMERS AND OTHERS
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTER, CHEESE, EGOS, -
FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN F?TJTT8,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW.
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, Ac., &
GEM? lt AL COMMISSION .HEKCHAYT
No. 442, 444 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
New York City,
And receive bis weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro?
duce and Groceries, the most complete Price Our?
rent published in the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cards Furnished Free.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Established May 1st, 1860.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March 4 o lys
1> HEALTH. CHARLESTON. S. C., JULY 37,
1868.-On and after Xo-day, CHLORIDE OF LIME
and COPPiRAS. for disinfecting purposes, will be
furnished, free jf charge, by Messrs. G. W. A TM AR,
corner of King and Vanderhorst streets, and RAOUL.
& LYN AH. comer of King an a Market streets, In
such quantities as they have been directed to fur
nish, as City Apothecaries, to applicants for the
The c' .ena are earnestly requested to co-operate
with th>3 Joard of Health, by making a timely and.
? udicious usc of the articles thus furnished.
GEO. S. PELZ ER, M. D.,
July 29 10 City Registrar.
TAVERN KEEPERS.-OFFICE CLERK.
OF COCNCIL.-Those Tavern, keepers' who
have not applied for their license cards, are hereby
ncti&ea that thev must do so by the 27th lestant.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, )
CITY HALL. CHARLESTON. March 12tb, 1868, j
ALL PROPERTY HOLDEItS ON THE LINE OF
Meeting-street, and other citizens interested
tn the building of a Shell Road on Meeting-street,
from Ppriug-sireet to the City Boundary, are hereby
respectfully informed that a Book of fcub'cription
will be opened for their signatures in my office tc
dav. uu.1 that ? hen such an amount is pledged, as
iu "thc judgment of the Ctiy Civil Engineer will war
~.iut the undertaking, the wors will be forthwith
commenced. LOUIS J. BARBUT,
March -3 _City Civil Engineer.
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, )
CITY HALL, April 28. 1868. J
JP ?BJIER9 AND OTHERS ARE REQUESTED
jj not to drive over the line of the Meeting street
Rotd, between Sprits and Rumney-streets, during
the execution of the work. Cattle drivers are re?
nuente i not to use the Meetlug-street Road at ali.
i he disturbance of all the fjrade and auignment
pegs, recently put up, rend?is it necessary to moke
tbe above request LOUIS J. BAKBOT,
April 30 City Engineer.
INTIMATES FOR PAINTING THE
li DIAts ON ST. MICbAEL'd CHURCH STEE?
PLE.-Sealed estimates directed to the Committee on.
St Michael's Clock ar. hereby invited by the 23d in?
stant, ot 12 M. The work to be done is as folows:
To paint tho four (4) Dials (white.)
To paint all tue numbers ou thc same (black.)
To paint the h inda and bronze the same.
To varn sh the whole after painting.
The materials used to be of the vcrj best quality.
Bv o .-der of tho Chairman,
W. H. SMITH,
July 22_Clerk cf uounclL
CUT Y TUEASURY, JULY I, 1868.-NO
) TIGE TO HOLDERS OF FIRE LOAN '.UU
PON'S.-The File Loan Coupons due this day and
payable in the City of Kow York, will bo paid un pre?
sentation at this Offlce, S. THOMAS,
July 2 City Treasurer.